Barcelona superstar Antoine Griezmann has claimed that his team-mates don’t see him at times when he is trying to create space upfront. The Frenchman scored the equalising goal in the last game against Napoli to tie the game 1-1 as San Paolo.
Despite that, however, he lamented the fact that he still lacks communication with his teammates and admitted that they have to work on it as a whole as they sometimes fail to spot him upfront.
"We have to work on this," Griezmann said about creating space upfront, as per Marca.
"I have to create space and sometimes they see me and sometimes they don't. In the first half I didn't do it much and in the second half we had more options."
Antoine Griezmann: "It was difficult for us to create spaces in the first half. We did not shoot on target. In the second Napoli were tired and we were better." pic.twitter.com/9kQ6BienBm— barcacentre (@barcacentre) February 25, 2020
He then went on to state that the Catalans wanted to win the clash but failed to make a single shot on target in the first half and could only do something when the home side were fatigued in the second half.
"We wanted to win, we gave our all and it wasn't to be," Griezmann noted.
"It was hard for us at first to create and find spaces. I think we didn't have a shot on target in the first half. Then we took advantage of their fatigue [in the second half]."
Barcelona play Real Madrid next in the league and Griezmann believes that they must prepare for the Clasico now.
“We know that it's a very impo